Addictive dark chocolate sea salt caramels from Costco – it’s hard to eat just one!
Today I’m reviewing the Costco Sander Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels! These are available in the US and Eastern Canada. We were recently travelling so I picked these up to review. Hopefully, they will make their way to Western Canada soon!
Location in Store
You can find the dark chocolate sea salt caramels in the snack section near the other chocolates. The item number is 607021.
I absolutely love the Sanders Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels from Costco. I’m warning you though: they’re addictive. The caramel is nice and soft and chewy. There’s a lot more caramel than chocolate, the layer of chocolate is quite thin.
There’s not a ton of sea salt but there are definite hints of sea salt coming from the coarse sea salt that’s the outside of the chocolates. The taste is rich and decadent. I like how they’re not super sweet, they have a good amount of sweetness but I find them more rich than sweet.
The cost $11.79 Canadian at Costco, which in my opinion is actually really reasonable!
The Sanders caramels come in a big plastic resealable tub with a screw top. This keeps them fresh for longer. The best before date is 14 months from the date we got them.
Both kids and adults love these, I recommend them as a gift or just to have around the house to offer to people for the holiday season.
Two caramels is 180 calories, eight grams of fat, 27 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, 18 grams of sugar, two grams of protein and 360 mg of sodium. It’s really easy to eat more than two of these!
All the ingredients I expect to see in dark chocolate sea salt caramels! These are not dairy-free or soy-free.
If these were available where I live, I’d totally buy more. Even if you usually don’t like dark chocolate I still suggest trying these!
Have you tried these? What do you think of them?
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